Winner | 2010 HIA Regional Bathroom Project of the Year
Winner | 2010 HIA New Bathroom Project of the Year
Upon entering, your gaze is immediately drawn to the vivid blue glass mosaic tiles, intricate lighting and sweeping curves of this unique bathroom. The swirling shell-like shape of the walls reflects the home’s oceanside setting, drawing you in and around to the mosaicked shower with triple shower. Featuring a moulded granite bench top, his and hers hand basins, heated towel rail and opulent oval spa bath, this bathroom has luxury as well as whimsy.
Winner | 2004 HIA Small Lot Under $500,000
Finalist | 2004 HIA Small Lot Home of the Year
It looks like an old warehouse from the street, with its bold, restoration-brick facade and detailed moldings suggesting Subiaco circa 1900. This home has been cleverly designed as the yesteryear facade hardly prepares a visitor for the contemporary spaces indoors. The use of polished concrete throughout enhances the warehouse feel while the exposed Oregon trusses introduce warmth, and give that timeless appeal. From the café style kitchen to the steaming Jacuzzi on the balcony, this home has all the makings of resort style living.
Finalist | 2004 HIA New Kitchen Project $35,001 and Over
The inspiration behind this functional and very stylish kitchen design started with an obsession for commercial elements, such as might be found in bars and cafés. The prominent use of stainless steel in bench tops and appliances reflects the modern commercial feel. The elevated timber floor and floating bulkhead above simply adds to the appeal.
Finalist | 2004 HIA New Bathroom Project $30,001 and Over
The first thing that catches your eyes as you enter is the free standing glass mosaic wall which separates the ensuite into his and hers domain. Directly behind this wall is the dual access his and hers shower with frameless pivoting glass doors. The polished concrete vanity tops introduces that timeless classic touch while the cathedral ceiling gives the space a sense of grandeur.
Winner | 2011 SPASA Residential Concrete Pools – Traditional or Geometric up to $50,000
This backyard oasis has been cleverly designed to maximise both aesthetic appeal and functionality. The pool runs the length of the decking and abuts the windows of the living and alfresco areas, effortlessly becoming the main feature of the ground floor. At night the stunning pool lighting provides a serene welcoming view for the homeowner and a wonderful atmosphere for entertaining. The up-lit mosaic stepping stones are a striking design feature and cleverly allow access from one side of the pool to the other. Gas heating enables use of the pool in every season. This stunning pool design truly achieves seamless integration of indoor and outdoor spaces.